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|ItemValue=world are witnessing extreme weather patterns. Copenhagen is no exception having experienced the worst flood in its history in 2011 and lesser floods since. The Climate Resilient Neighbourhood initiative not only demonstrates innovation in enhancing resilience, it is a living example of how future proofing a city has to be done at the level of every street and every neighbourhood through community participation, multi-stakeholder partnerships, creative urban design and the creation of  pedestrian-friendly public space that form part of a bio-system for storm water control and management.
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|ItemSummary=Copenhagen Climate-Resilient Neighbourhood is an initative which presents an innovative model for climate adaptation that can inspire cities worldwide. Here the City of Copenhagen is working together with residents of the neighborhood to create cloudburst solutions, which also contributes to urban quality of everyday life . The initative aim to rethink and optimize urban space, so it is possible to manage the rainwater in green solutions on the surface. The vision for the Climate-Resilient Neighborhood is followed by an effort targeted to engage residents of the neighborhood to take action on their own. Among private residents’ initatives are green roofs , rain gardens and street trees. All these small projects including the large municipal climate adaptation projects, form the Climate Resilient Neighbourhood.
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The project is a cooperative venture between the central City Planning Office, the Integrated Urban Renewal office in the Climate Resilient Neighbourhood. and HOFOR (Copenhagen’s utility service)
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Abstract  
 
Copenhagen Climate-Resilient Neighbourhood is an initative which presents an innovative model for climate adaptation that can inspire cities worldwide. Here the City of Copenhagen is working together with residents of the neighborhood to create cloudburst solutions, which also contributes to urban quality of everyday life . The initative aim to rethink and optimize urban space, so it is possible to manage the rainwater in green solutions on the surface. The vision for the Climate-Resilient Neighborhood is followed by an effort targeted to engage residents of the neighborhood to take action on their own. Among private residents’ initatives are green roofs , rain gardens and street trees. All these small projects including the large municipal climate adaptation projects, form the Climate Resilient Neighbourhood.
 
Copenhagen Climate-Resilient Neighbourhood is an initative which presents an innovative model for climate adaptation that can inspire cities worldwide. Here the City of Copenhagen is working together with residents of the neighborhood to create cloudburst solutions, which also contributes to urban quality of everyday life . The initative aim to rethink and optimize urban space, so it is possible to manage the rainwater in green solutions on the surface. The vision for the Climate-Resilient Neighborhood is followed by an effort targeted to engage residents of the neighborhood to take action on their own. Among private residents’ initatives are green roofs , rain gardens and street trees. All these small projects including the large municipal climate adaptation projects, form the Climate Resilient Neighbourhood.
 
The project is a cooperative venture between the central City Planning Office, the Integrated Urban Renewal office in the Climate Resilient Neighbourhood. and HOFOR (Copenhagen’s utility service)
 
The project is a cooperative venture between the central City Planning Office, the Integrated Urban Renewal office in the Climate Resilient Neighbourhood. and HOFOR (Copenhagen’s utility service)
  ackground Information  
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  Background Information  
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Background and policy framework:
 
Background and policy framework:
 
·COPENHAGEN CLIMATE ADAPTATION PLAN, 2011
 
·COPENHAGEN CLIMATE ADAPTATION PLAN, 2011
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The cloudburst in 2011 made it clear to politicians, professionals and citizens of the city that the climate challenge in Copenhagen needed to be addressed. This work was initiated through the Copenhagen Climate Adaptation Plan and the neighbourhood of St. Kjelds was selected as a special target of developing methods and
 
The cloudburst in 2011 made it clear to politicians, professionals and citizens of the city that the climate challenge in Copenhagen needed to be addressed. This work was initiated through the Copenhagen Climate Adaptation Plan and the neighbourhood of St. Kjelds was selected as a special target of developing methods and
 
technologies in order to adapt the city to climate change.The initiative will have a positive impact on urban life for 24.000 residents.
 
technologies in order to adapt the city to climate change.The initiative will have a positive impact on urban life for 24.000 residents.
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  Goals of the Initiative  
 
  Goals of the Initiative  
 
Outcome/goals:
 
Outcome/goals:
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-To create better and greener urban spaces so urban life is improved.To enhance biodiversity. In this way we create better living conditions for the citizens.
 
-To create better and greener urban spaces so urban life is improved.To enhance biodiversity. In this way we create better living conditions for the citizens.
 
-To create an identity for the neighbourhood.
 
-To create an identity for the neighbourhood.
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  Parties and Partners to the Initiative and Resources Used for Implementation  
 
  Parties and Partners to the Initiative and Resources Used for Implementation  
 
The project involves different partnerships both local and external.
 
The project involves different partnerships both local and external.
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-Co-Create Copenhagen
 
-Co-Create Copenhagen
 
http://kk.sites.itera.dk/apps/kk_pub2/pdf/1534_0TdC5G2XZr.pdf
 
http://kk.sites.itera.dk/apps/kk_pub2/pdf/1534_0TdC5G2XZr.pdf
6 Obstacles and Solutions to the Innovation
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  Obstacles and Solutions to the Innovation
 
New and combined solutions (climate adaptation) challenge the legal system, organizational structures, physical structures, mental structures, and economic structures in many levels and areas. By communication and by working interdisciplinary the challenges can be overcome.
 
New and combined solutions (climate adaptation) challenge the legal system, organizational structures, physical structures, mental structures, and economic structures in many levels and areas. By communication and by working interdisciplinary the challenges can be overcome.
 
  Outcomes and Assessments  
 
  Outcomes and Assessments  
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·The citizens get inspired by the different initiatives developed by the integrated urban renewal project and other citizens. They get motivated for creating their own projects. The citizens become more conscious of their ability to contribute to their local community and the city.
 
·The citizens get inspired by the different initiatives developed by the integrated urban renewal project and other citizens. They get motivated for creating their own projects. The citizens become more conscious of their ability to contribute to their local community and the city.
 
·The neighbourhood has developed a good reputation and identity as Copenhagen Climate Resilient Neighbourhood.
 
·The neighbourhood has developed a good reputation and identity as Copenhagen Climate Resilient Neighbourhood.
Methods Applied  
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  Methods Applied
 
New planning and working methods:
 
New planning and working methods:
 
We plan and develop together with the citizens. In the Climate-Resilient Neighbourhood we have worked together with the local citizens. Citizens have contributed with local knowledge and ideas in the different projects. Eg.on Tåsinge Plads, Bryggervangen and Skt. Kjeld Plads. The ideas have later been incorporated in the final plans and solutions done by the architects (consultants).
 
We plan and develop together with the citizens. In the Climate-Resilient Neighbourhood we have worked together with the local citizens. Citizens have contributed with local knowledge and ideas in the different projects. Eg.on Tåsinge Plads, Bryggervangen and Skt. Kjeld Plads. The ideas have later been incorporated in the final plans and solutions done by the architects (consultants).
Benefit to Other Cities  
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  Benefit to Other Cities
 
New planning and working methods:
 
New planning and working methods:
 
We plan together with the citizens. In the Climate-Resilient Neighbourhood we have worked together with the local citizens. Citizens have contributed with local knowledge and ideas in the different projects. Eg.on Tåsinge Plads, Bryggervangen and Skt. Kjeld Plads. The ideas have later been incorporated in the final plans and solutions done by the architects (consultants).
 
We plan together with the citizens. In the Climate-Resilient Neighbourhood we have worked together with the local citizens. Citizens have contributed with local knowledge and ideas in the different projects. Eg.on Tåsinge Plads, Bryggervangen and Skt. Kjeld Plads. The ideas have later been incorporated in the final plans and solutions done by the architects (consultants).
 
A strong neighbourhood is a neighbourhood that has a "voice" - that can articulate their wishes to the people in charge of the neighborhood development and realization of this. The neighborhood's "voice" is a network of institutions, political organizations, associations and individuals, sometimes formally organized, other times informally.
 
A strong neighbourhood is a neighbourhood that has a "voice" - that can articulate their wishes to the people in charge of the neighborhood development and realization of this. The neighborhood's "voice" is a network of institutions, political organizations, associations and individuals, sometimes formally organized, other times informally.
 
An urban renewal program like in the Climate Resilient Neighbourhood, can help to strengthen this "voice" because it can set a common agenda through the district plan for the development of the neighbourhood, And it has  the power to deliberate involve the neighbourhood's citizens in the process.
 
An urban renewal program like in the Climate Resilient Neighbourhood, can help to strengthen this "voice" because it can set a common agenda through the district plan for the development of the neighbourhood, And it has  the power to deliberate involve the neighbourhood's citizens in the process.
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==Abstract==
 
==Abstract==
 
:Copenhagen Climate-Resilient Neighbourhood is an initative which presents an innovative model for climate adaptation that can inspire cities worldwide. Here the City of Copenhagen is working together with residents of the neighborhood to create cloudburst solutions, which also contributes to urban quality of everyday life . The initative aim to rethink and optimize urban space, so it is possible to manage the rainwater in green solutions on the surface. The vision for the Climate-Resilient Neighborhood is followed by an effort targeted to engage residents of the neighborhood to take action on their own. Among private residents’ initatives are green roofs , rain gardens and street trees. All these small projects including the large municipal climate adaptation projects, form the Climate Resilient Neighbourhood.
 
:Copenhagen Climate-Resilient Neighbourhood is an initative which presents an innovative model for climate adaptation that can inspire cities worldwide. Here the City of Copenhagen is working together with residents of the neighborhood to create cloudburst solutions, which also contributes to urban quality of everyday life . The initative aim to rethink and optimize urban space, so it is possible to manage the rainwater in green solutions on the surface. The vision for the Climate-Resilient Neighborhood is followed by an effort targeted to engage residents of the neighborhood to take action on their own. Among private residents’ initatives are green roofs , rain gardens and street trees. All these small projects including the large municipal climate adaptation projects, form the Climate Resilient Neighbourhood.
 
:The project is a cooperative venture between the central City Planning Office, the Integrated Urban Renewal office in the Climate Resilient Neighbourhood. and HOFOR (Copenhagen’s utility service)
 
:The project is a cooperative venture between the central City Planning Office, the Integrated Urban Renewal office in the Climate Resilient Neighbourhood. and HOFOR (Copenhagen’s utility service)
==ackground Information==
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==Background Information==
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:Background and policy framework:
 
:Background and policy framework:
 
:·COPENHAGEN CLIMATE ADAPTATION PLAN, 2011
 
:·COPENHAGEN CLIMATE ADAPTATION PLAN, 2011
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:The cloudburst in 2011 made it clear to politicians, professionals and citizens of the city that the climate challenge in Copenhagen needed to be addressed. This work was initiated through the Copenhagen Climate Adaptation Plan and the neighbourhood of St. Kjelds was selected as a special target of developing methods and
 
:The cloudburst in 2011 made it clear to politicians, professionals and citizens of the city that the climate challenge in Copenhagen needed to be addressed. This work was initiated through the Copenhagen Climate Adaptation Plan and the neighbourhood of St. Kjelds was selected as a special target of developing methods and
 
:technologies in order to adapt the city to climate change.The initiative will have a positive impact on urban life for 24.000 residents.
 
:technologies in order to adapt the city to climate change.The initiative will have a positive impact on urban life for 24.000 residents.
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==Goals of the Initiative==
 
==Goals of the Initiative==
 
:Outcome/goals:
 
:Outcome/goals:
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:-To create better and greener urban spaces so urban life is improved.To enhance biodiversity. In this way we create better living conditions for the citizens.
 
:-To create better and greener urban spaces so urban life is improved.To enhance biodiversity. In this way we create better living conditions for the citizens.
 
:-To create an identity for the neighbourhood.
 
:-To create an identity for the neighbourhood.
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==Parties and Partners to the Initiative and Resources Used for Implementation==
 
==Parties and Partners to the Initiative and Resources Used for Implementation==
 
:The project involves different partnerships both local and external.
 
:The project involves different partnerships both local and external.
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:-Co-Create Copenhagen
 
:-Co-Create Copenhagen
 
:http://kk.sites.itera.dk/apps/kk_pub2/pdf/1534_0TdC5G2XZr.pdf
 
:http://kk.sites.itera.dk/apps/kk_pub2/pdf/1534_0TdC5G2XZr.pdf
:6 Obstacles and Solutions to the Innovation
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== Obstacles and Solutions to the Innovation ==
 
:New and combined solutions (climate adaptation) challenge the legal system, organizational structures, physical structures, mental structures, and economic structures in many levels and areas. By communication and by working interdisciplinary the challenges can be overcome.
 
:New and combined solutions (climate adaptation) challenge the legal system, organizational structures, physical structures, mental structures, and economic structures in many levels and areas. By communication and by working interdisciplinary the challenges can be overcome.
 
==Outcomes and Assessments==
 
==Outcomes and Assessments==
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:·The citizens get inspired by the different initiatives developed by the integrated urban renewal project and other citizens. They get motivated for creating their own projects. The citizens become more conscious of their ability to contribute to their local community and the city.
 
:·The citizens get inspired by the different initiatives developed by the integrated urban renewal project and other citizens. They get motivated for creating their own projects. The citizens become more conscious of their ability to contribute to their local community and the city.
 
:·The neighbourhood has developed a good reputation and identity as Copenhagen Climate Resilient Neighbourhood.
 
:·The neighbourhood has developed a good reputation and identity as Copenhagen Climate Resilient Neighbourhood.
==Methods Applied==
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== Methods Applied ==
 
:New planning and working methods:
 
:New planning and working methods:
 
:We plan and develop together with the citizens. In the Climate-Resilient Neighbourhood we have worked together with the local citizens. Citizens have contributed with local knowledge and ideas in the different projects. Eg.on Tåsinge Plads, Bryggervangen and Skt. Kjeld Plads. The ideas have later been incorporated in the final plans and solutions done by the architects (consultants).
 
:We plan and develop together with the citizens. In the Climate-Resilient Neighbourhood we have worked together with the local citizens. Citizens have contributed with local knowledge and ideas in the different projects. Eg.on Tåsinge Plads, Bryggervangen and Skt. Kjeld Plads. The ideas have later been incorporated in the final plans and solutions done by the architects (consultants).
:==Benefit to Other Cities==
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== Benefit to Other Cities ==
 
:New planning and working methods:
 
:New planning and working methods:
 
:We plan together with the citizens. In the Climate-Resilient Neighbourhood we have worked together with the local citizens. Citizens have contributed with local knowledge and ideas in the different projects. Eg.on Tåsinge Plads, Bryggervangen and Skt. Kjeld Plads. The ideas have later been incorporated in the final plans and solutions done by the architects (consultants).
 
:We plan together with the citizens. In the Climate-Resilient Neighbourhood we have worked together with the local citizens. Citizens have contributed with local knowledge and ideas in the different projects. Eg.on Tåsinge Plads, Bryggervangen and Skt. Kjeld Plads. The ideas have later been incorporated in the final plans and solutions done by the architects (consultants).
 
:A strong neighbourhood is a neighbourhood that has a "voice" - that can articulate their wishes to the people in charge of the neighborhood development and realization of this. The neighborhood's "voice" is a network of institutions, political organizations, associations and individuals, sometimes formally organized, other times informally.
 
:A strong neighbourhood is a neighbourhood that has a "voice" - that can articulate their wishes to the people in charge of the neighborhood development and realization of this. The neighborhood's "voice" is a network of institutions, political organizations, associations and individuals, sometimes formally organized, other times informally.
 
:An urban renewal program like in the Climate Resilient Neighbourhood, can help to strengthen this "voice" because it can set a common agenda through the district plan for the development of the neighbourhood, And it has  the power to deliberate involve the neighbourhood's citizens in the process.
 
:An urban renewal program like in the Climate Resilient Neighbourhood, can help to strengthen this "voice" because it can set a common agenda through the district plan for the development of the neighbourhood, And it has  the power to deliberate involve the neighbourhood's citizens in the process.
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